Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

Seminars from the RSB Division of Ecology and Evolution (E&E).

Upcoming events

23
Jul
2019
Speaker: Yong Foo, University of New South Wales/University of Western Australia
Evolutionary theories suggest that women prefer masculine facial features in men because facial masculinity is an honest signal of men’s immune function.
30
Jul
2019
TBA
Speaker: Andreaz Dupoue, Monash University
TBA
20
Aug
2019
Speaker: Michael Braby, Honorary Associate Professor, E&E, RSB
Northern Australia is one of few tropical places left on Earth in which biodiversity—and the ecological processes underpinning that biodiversity—is still relatively intact.

Past events

29
May
2014
Speaker: Rick Shine, ARC Laureate Fellow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney
Although biological invasions can have catastrophic ecological impacts, studies of invaders also can reveal new insights.
28
May
2014
Speakers: Megan Higgie, James Cook University;
Rob Lanfear, RSB, ANU; Allison Shaw, RSB, ANU; Daniel Stanton, RSB, ANU.
Identifying and addressing the causes of the under-representation of women and minorities in academia is a source of ongoing concern and controversy.
22
May
2014
Speaker: Danielle Sulikowski, Comparative Cognition Laboratory, School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University, NSW.
In the spirit of Evo-Devo, Evo- Mecho, the integration of function and mechanism in the study of animal behaviour, is gathering steam.
06
May
2014
Speaker: Professor George Wieblen, Department of Plant Biology, University of Minnesota
Tropical forests support most of the Earth’s living species, are threatened by human activities, and are poorly understood relative to other ecosystems.

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